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That's too deep for some to process, Larry.
I hear "He cheated! He got more people to vote for him because they think he's going to do better by them than I would have. No fair! How can there be more poor young and or minority voters than rich white male voters?"
I hate to think it, but has anyone read Marx? To see his complaint is to see somebody complaining what Marx predicted is coming to pass, not with a gun and a flaming torch but rather with a ballot box/machine.
I don't see it as drastic as Romney. I see it more as a failure to connect with multiple growing populations of voters whom could be safely written off in previous elections.
I believe my job as a parent is to give my kids all the blocks they need to build a life in which they can attempt to reach everything they strive for and see anything they can imagine. In a world where everybody finds it easier to destroy than build, I wish for my kids to experience the joy of seeing something for the first time and the love of creating something new.
You ought to have a little compassion for Romney. The man has been more or less campaigning for President for eight years. He's been violently rejected twice. That's got to sting a bit. Tell me you haven't said stupid things after being rejected.
Last edited by AsburySkinsFan; November-15th-2012 at 07:11 AM.
a income tax credit for those that don't pay them?
what a novel idea
“These are the ideas that people come to America to get away from.”Rubio
How should society view a cure for a ailment of limited duration that takes another's life to 'cure'?
It is useless for the sheep to pass resolutions in favor of vegetarianism while the wolf remains of a different opinion. ...Dean Inge
Romney was not a good candidate. He did not connect with people. His awkwardness / disconnect from average people goes a lot further to explain his loss than any notion of handouts.
Close that loophole!
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